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Maple Ridge organization searching for new logo design

Contest deadline fast approaching on Thursday, May 30
The Life After School Transition Committee is looking for a new logo. (Special to The News)

An organization that helps youth with diverse abilities transition from high school is looking for a new logo design.

The Life After School Transition Committee, (LAST) is searching for a creation that embodies what their organization is about – a logo that represents inclusion in the community.

The logo, the committee said, should include ideas around community, connections, inclusion, and neurodiversity. The design should include the themes of inclusion, growth, independence, connection and fun.

No artificial intelligence drawings will be accepted

Designs for the new logo are welcome from students, parents, or service providers who are residents or work in the Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows area.

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Drawings should be no smaller than 1,000 by 1,000 pixels, and no larger than 3,000 by 3,000 pixels. Hand drawings are ideal, but digital drawings also work well if done on a computer or an app where you can change the size on the starting page.

If drawn by hand, no smaller than on a 5x7 inch paper.

Winning designs may work with a professional artist to finalize their logo.

For more information go to or email

Designs should be emailed to

Competition deadline is Thursday, May 30.

Colleen Flanagan

About the Author: Colleen Flanagan

I got my start with Black Press Media in 2003 as a photojournalist.
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